Mr Benjamin Yeboah Sekyere, Deputy Ahafo Regional Minister, who is Member of Parliament for Tano South and Mr Collins Offinam Takyi, Tano South Municipal Chief Executive, at the weekend jointly held a breakfast meeting with stakeholders in the constituency at Bechem.
Those present at the meeting held at St. Joseph College of Education included traditional chiefs, pastors and muslim leaders.
In an address Mr Yeboah Sekyere disclosed that the programme was aimed primarily at propagating the numerous developmental projects implemented by the current NPP administration in the area and also to discuss the way forward in accelerating the development of the constituency.
He said the meeting was also aimed at soliciting for ideas from the stakeholders and to acquaint themselves with problems in the area. The deputy regional minister added the deplorable state of the road network in the area had been captured in the 2020 national budget and would soon be fixed to enhance the movement of the people and their farm produce.
He said they would in collaboration with the Assembly work relentlessly to ensure a major transformation of the area.
On his part, Mr Offinam Takyi disclosed the sod had been cut for the establishment of an oil palm factory at Dwomo in the area, to be funded by the Africa Development Bank and the Government of Ghana.
The MCE said all feasibility studies had been carried out and it was expected that about 100 workers would be employed initially. He called on Ghanaians to have faith in the NPP government to deliver on its core mandate towards the fast development of the country and gave assurance the government would fulfil all promises made during the campaign period in 2016 before the year runs out.